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Cyber Crime Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
CYBER CRIME AND DIGITAL FORENSICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTEREST MEETING

Friday, November 12th 7:00 p.m.
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AT N.C. A&T
To RSVP email: rblack@ncat.edu and cdcoates@ncat.edu
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Cyber Crime Student Cybersecurity Activities
2021 Fall Research Symposium on Trends, Applications and Career Opportunities in Data Science and Statistical & Machine Learning

1:00-5:10 PM, Friday, November 12, 2021
NSF HBCU-UP ACE DSA Program and Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Zoom Vritutal Conference
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 Facebook Crush Your Coding Workshop Cybersecurity Resources for Students
Crush Your Coding’ Workshop

Thursday, November 18th, 2021
Facebook will close out our Fall Lobby Day calendar next Thursday, November 18th. For one of their morning sessions they would like to conduct a ‘Crush Your Coding’ Workshop.
More information and schedule
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CAE Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
SCENARIO-BASED LEARNING WORKSHOP

January 18 - 20, 2022
At the Center for Cybersecurity, University of West Florida
Pensacola, Florida
Welcoming up to 20 4-year and 2-year CAE institution faculty
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CAE Tech Talk Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
CAE Tech Talk

November CAE Tech Talk on Thursday, November 18, 2021 beginning at 1:00 pm EST.
Time: 1:00 - 1:50 pm EST
Topic: Securing Cyber-Physical Systems by Platform Reboot
Location: https://captechu.zoom.us/j/664120328
AND
Time: 2:00 – 2:50 pm EST
Topic: Practical Adversarial Attack Against Speech Recognition Platforms
Location: https://captechu.zoom.us/j/664120328
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CAE Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
2022 GenCyber Call for Proposals - OPEN NOW!

This Call is for interested and eligible institutions who wish to host a summer program in 2023.
Please visit the GenCyber website for the complete CFP and Proposal
Preparation Instructions (PPI) documents.
The Proposal period closes at midnight EST on 10 Dec. 2021.
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ACMFlyer Cybersecurity Resources for Students
NCAT ACM Crush Your Coding Workshop

Upcoming Events
GRAD SCHOOL FAIR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10TH
GBM: CS GAME NIGHT TUESDAY, NOV, 16TH
ACM-W: GRAD SCHOOL THURSDAY, NOV. 18TH
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HackNCAT Cybersecurity Resources for Students
North Carolina A&T State University's 5th Annual HackNCAT Cyber compeption

November 5-6 2021
Solve complex real-world challenges for amazing prizes.
This year’s corporate sponsors (APPLIED MATERIALS, CISCO, NETAPP, ORACLE, ZYNGA) are expecting a robust turnout, and are ready to engage.
Register by visiting thelink below
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HackNCAT Cybersecurity Resources for Students
North Carolina A&T State University's 4th Annual HackNCAT Cyber compeption

April 9-10 2021
Solve complex real-world challenges for amazing prizes.
Corporate sponsors: CISCO, Disney, Honeywell, Lyft, NETAPP, Splunk.

HackNCAT Cybersecurity Resources for Students
North Carolina A&T State University's 4th Annual HackNCAT Cyber compeption

October 23-24 2020
Solve complex real-world challenges for amazing prizes.
Corporate sponsors: CISCO, Disney, Honeywell, NETAPP, Facebook.

CAE Student Cybersecurity Activities
Start your Carrer Exploration with NetSpp

November 4 2021 from 10AM-2:30pm Est.
Stop 1: Visit the booth in the McNair Hall Lobby
Stop 2: Go to McNair 226 to meet NetApp professionals by zoom There will be a noonday Tech Talk after which we will move to the Auditorium at 1pm in anticipation of a large group joining the event.
Or Join by cliking on the link below
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GenCyber Logo Student Cybersecurity Activities
The GENCYBER Summer Program at North Carolina A&T State University

The two camps will be offered in July 19 – 23 and July 26 – 30, of 2021.
Students will be exposed to Python programming, cryptography, network security and digital forensics through highly engaging and hands-on activities. Students will also learn correct and safe online behaviors and cybersecurity ethics while having fun.
The Proposal period closes at midnight EST on 10 Dec. 2021.
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Cybersecurity Resources for Students
NSA Codebreaker Challenge 2021
Website: https://nsa-codebreaker.org/home

Cybersecurity Resources for Students
FOUST ROBOTICS & GAMING MAGNET FOCUSED PROGRAMMING WORKSHOP (virtual)
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Cybersecurity Resources for Students
NCAT and Cyberbit-Student and Faculty Demo
Tue 11/9/2021 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Student and faculty demo by Cyberbit. We are trying to bring a cyber range to N.C. A&T for our students to utilize in their cybersecurity training. This is the future of how we train these professionals and our students will greatly benefit from this opportunity. Please learn more here, https://www.cyberbit.com/.

Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
CSAM: Demystifying Cybersecurity as a Career Pathway
When: Tuesday, October 26, 2021 10:00 AM-11:00 AM.
Description: Tony Marshall, President & CEO of ISG Link Cybersecurity, is going to discuss the pathway to cybersecurity and give students the tools to decide if it's right for them. Further, we will articulate the immediate need to develop a clear career pathway for success that aligns GCS, NC A&T, ISG and others in a way that helps students them to matriculate from aspiration to employment.
Webinar Link: https://ncat.zoom.us/s/96224622427

Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
CSAM: Knock, Knock! Who’s there? CYBERSECURITY!
When: Friday, October 22, 2021 11:00 AM-12:00 PM.
Description: Cybercriminals are relentless in pursuit of your information. Cybersecurity can help you thwart their efforts. Brian Pearce, an Account Executive, and Jeffrey McGuff, an Engineer, with Data Network Solutions (DNS) will engage us in a conversation on malware, data loss protection, email security, endpoint security, and access security while providing insight on security monitoring and technologies that help thwart cybercriminals.
Webinar Link: https://ncat.zoom.us/s/93912894604

Student and Faculty Cybersecurity Activities
CSAM: Hackers, the Dark Web and Digital Forensics
Thursday, October 28th at 11:00 AM
Description: Does everything we do online stay there forever? Even if we delete information, are there still traces? Our Security Specialist from Homeland Security, James Donoghue, will explain how easy it is for hackers to attain our information – especially when we’re so eager to publicize it! Further, he will detail how law enforcement uses digital forensics to trace hackers, users of the dark web, and protect our most vulnerable group – the youth of America.
Webinar Link: https://ncat.zoom.us/s/91238674523